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What resolution do you use to run KDE?


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1600x120014%14%14% 14%
1280x102433%33%33% 33%
1024x76847%47%47% 47%
800x6004%4%4% 4%
640x4801%1%1% 1%
A REALLY small monitor1%1%1% 1%
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 the choices are low

 
 by Ecin on: Sep 26 2002
 
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I run @ 1920 by 1440, I would run 2048 by 1536 if they showed that option in linux..


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 You Can

 
 by nman64 on: Oct 12 2002
 
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If you're willing to manually configure X (/etc/X11/XF86Config), you can set whatever resolution and refresh freq. your hardware supports.


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 Do two monitors count?

 
 by tstoeckigt on: Nov 6 2002
 
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Then I run 2560x1024.


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 mETz

 
 by mETz on: Sep 27 2002
 
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1152x864 is clearly missing


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 Resolution vs Speed

 
 by Unleaded on: Sep 28 2002
 
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Anyone notice that the speed of the KDE UI is _a lot_ slower the higher the resolution? I have a GF4 (with the Nvidia X drivers), and a 1Ghz Dury, so this should not be a problem with my setup.

Is it something to do with X? *sigh*


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 What distro???

 
 by friedmud on: Sep 29 2002
 
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I have found that since many distros optimize for i386 X gets slow when you bump up the res. I am running Gentoo now - and everything is slick as could be at 1152x864 with a Geforce3 Ti 500. Try compiling X yourself - or use Gentoo instead and you will definitely see a difference.

Derek


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 heh

 
 by Unleaded on: Oct 17 2002
 
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Figures.. I'm running RedHat 7.3..

8.0 should be better, with GCC 3.2.
Very object orientated C++ with GCC 2.96 is as joke.


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 Re: Resolution vs Sp

 
 by progoth on: Oct 2 2002
 
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I have a GF4 and KDE runs beautifully at 3200x1200. Both 3.0 and 3.1b1 (I compiled beta1 last night, it was 20 minutes from done when I went to kde.org and found out beta2 came out today. :( ).

RAM probably has a lot to do with how fast it runs, I have 640 megs, so that might be it.


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 Poor Resolution

 
 by SeanParsons on: Sep 29 2002
 
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I have two monitors:
on my 15" I use 1024 * 768
on my 20" I only use 800 * 600 !!

The reason for such poor resolution on my 20" CRT is that it's ancient in color monitor terms. It was manufactured in October of 1988 (it's an old NEC DM-2000P). I keep it to have as a conversation piece.


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 1280i

 
 by bretzeltux on: Sep 30 2002
 
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1280x1024 Since my 19" monitor died 2 months ago! ;-(
a friend gave me a spare 15" monitor ( Pure sony ;-).

I was used to 1900x1200 res.


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 ???

 
 by PARENA on: Sep 30 2002
 
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You run 1280X1024 on a 15" monitor? I assume you use a magnifying glass? ;)


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 1280

 
 by voz on: Oct 1 2002
 
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1280x1024 is a strange resolution. The pixels aren't square. Test it by creating a perfect circle in another resolution and view it in 1280x1024. Try 1280x960 instead, now you've got square pixels again. It's mystery to me why 1280x1024 is one of the "standard" resolutions.


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 true

 
 by rolfmolf on: Oct 2 2002
 
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Could it be it is meant for monitors which do not us a 4:3 aspect ratio? (although i have never heard of it)

No offense to people who use this resolution, considering there are quite a few!


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 that's really odd

 
 by jonathanbearak on: Oct 17 2002
 
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you're right!
i never noticed this before...
640/480=4/3
800/600=4/3
1024/768=4/3
1280/960=4/3
1280/1024=5/4
excuse me for a moment as i reconfigure X


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 non CRT...

 
 by soehrimnir on: Oct 28 2002
 
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I guess this resolution is more usefull for flatscreens. I recently bought myself an 18" screen and it has a ratio of 5:4. So, for me having a resolution of 1280x1024 is better than the 4:3 alternatives.


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 Two monitors

 
 by jscobie on: Oct 1 2002
 
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Running in 2560 x 1024 across two 19" monitors. Come on - some of us use KDE at work to do professional work!


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 You bastard...

 
 by coolvibe on: Oct 1 2002
 
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I'm still stuck at 1600x1200, you insensitive clod!

Hrmpf! ;-)


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 Beautiful

 
 by nman64 on: Oct 12 2002
 
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I used to use two monitors side-by-side. One at 1024x768 and one at 1920x1440. I still use the latter, but I've attached the smaller one to a server that didn't have a monitor.


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